McKinley. Finn walks towards the music room and is puzzled to find a line of Cheerios carrying all of the chairs out of the room. He enters to find that Sue has claimed possession of the room and is planning to use it as Cheerios practice space. For some reason, Sue also thinks this means she gets possession over all of the New Directions paraphernalia in the room, so she plans to take the Nationals trophy and run it over. This leads to a tug-of-war between Sue and Finn over the trophy, which they eventually both decide to carry to the Maharishi's office.
In said office, they are joined by Will, who doesn't understand why Figgins, who once charged Will for the privilege of running the glee club, would take the club's space away. Figgins, mercenary that he is, pointed out that with no more competitions for the New Directions this year, he couldn't hold space for them that could be used for more profitable endeavors. Which means that there is no space in the entire school that they can use for rehearsals. Finn turns the keys over to Sue, but turns down her offer to break the bad news to the kids on his behalf.
Sue's office. A mournful dirge plays as she confesses to Becky that even though she's finally got what she wanted, she can't help but worry what the end of glee club will mean for the poor losers who make up New Directions. We get quick flashes to a number of glee club members, telling us what the lack of glee has driven them to in just a few short months. Tina: "I'm a drug mule in the Lima crack district." Artie: "I was forced to sell my legs to science." Blaine: "I'm performing on the bathhouse circuit." Brit-Brit: "I'm a finance major at Brandeis. Turns out glee club was really holding me back." Still in her office, Sue asks the universe to send her a sign that she's doing the right thing by destroying the New Directions.
At that moment, Tinkles (a.k.a. Brad) knocks on her door. "Sue Sylvester? I cannot thank you enough. I can't tell you how much I hate those kids. Do you know how demeaning it is when they just turn to you and yell 'hit it,' and you're just supposed to know what song they're gonna sing? I'm free. Free!" Well, that was the sign that Sue needed, so Blaine will just have to get used to singing in very humid environments.
Music room. The kids are sitting on the risers (since the chairs have been removed), and Finn and Will have just broken the news that there'll be no more glee club until September. Tina blames the entire fiasco on Marley. Finn reminds them that they still have to prepare for the holiday concert, which is in a week. The kids can't believe he expects them to sing in front of everyone after their humiliating loss. Commercials.